Parking discs display your arrival time.
How to use a parking disc
There are three red cardboard discs on a parking disc, which must be turned to show the following details:
- 10th / 20th / 30th minute etc
- first, second, third minute etc
For example, if you parked your car at 10.46, you would rotate the discs to show:
-  on the first disc (hour)
-  on the second disc (40th minute)
-  on the third disc (sixth minute)
If any of the details are not visible or are incorrect, then you will be issued with a parking fine.
If you park for longer than your parking disc is valid for, then you will get a parking fine. You will also get a parking fine if you stay longer than the maximum time restriction in a parking area.
What to do if you don't have a parking disc
A handwritten note is not acceptable and you will be issued with a parking fine. You can use a paycard instead of a parking disc.
Where to buy a parking disc and how much they cost
Parking discs can be bought from the following places:
- Town Hall, St Helier
- Parking Control Office in Sand Street
They cost £2.00.
Disabled blue parking discs
You can use yellow or blue parking discs.
Disabled parking (blue badge)
Where you can park using a parking disc
There are several areas in St Helier that you can park using your parking disc, as well as other locations around the Island.
Parking disc areas in St Helier
10 minute limit
|Beresford Street (outside the Central Market) |
|La Rue De L'Etau |
10 minute limit (between 8am and midnight)
|Peirson Road |
2 hour limit
|La Ruette Pinel |
|Dongola Road |
|Hastings Road |
|Westmount Road |
3 hour limit
|Richmond Road |
|Roussel Mews |
|Le Clos Vaze |
|West Hill |
|Vallee des Vaux |
|Cleveland Road |
|Nelson Avenue |
|Queen's Avenue |
|Raleigh Avenue |
|Rodney Avenue |
|Rue de Tracy |
|Old St Andrew's Road |
|Old Trinity Hill |
|South Hill |
|Upper Clarendon Road |